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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., FRIDAY, MARCH IMI. NO. PARLIAMENT HAD QUIET DAY SILENT FIRE ARMS AND CRIMINALS H b-am Senator Power Wants Pension System Revised Mixim Sayt Benefit Criminals Do No Ottawa, March House of Commons had a quiet and peaceful day today passing supplemoatai-v estimates for the year ending next Wednesday. The lack of interest nrav possibly have been due to the fact that the money has already been spent and criticism would not have been productive of good. Mr. Currie emphasized the need of additional dock facilities at the lower end of the Great was to meet the Lakes if Canada. opposition of the American carrying lines. Dr. Pucs- Jey could give no definite promise but. pointed out that the government had done and would continue doing every thing in its power for the general in- terests of Cjtnada. ....Mr. Borden asked for some addition al information in regard to the loan to be made to the G.T.P. Mr. Ames wanted to know if the security to be given the movement would -be, inferior to the liability al- rcadv assumed by the company and was assured by Mr. I'ieldimr it- would. .Returned to the findings of the commission that the investiga- tion into the complaint of the Inter- colonial freight clerks and reported that they were not getting a fair deal through jjoliticai pull being: ut- ilized to give promotion to the out- sides. Mr. Borden. wanted to know what the intention of the Minister of Rail- f ways was. Mr. Graham said that np. Albany, N. Y., March Befor the assembly codes committee toda Hirain Maxim, inventor of fire arm and president of the Maxim Silen Fire Arms Company, of New York fired a rifle and a revolver into box of sand, both with and withou the silencers to demonstrate an made to the committee b him that the silencer could not b of benefit to criminals as it merel reduced and does not entirely pre vent the sound of firing. Mr. Max im appeared in opposition to a bil which makes it a felony to manufac ture or sell any noiseless weapon fo guns except to military or civil au thorities. CLEANED OUT STABLE Moose Jaw, March thef has been discovered of several hun dred dollars' worth of property from a. stable on the lane between PJ and High Street. The chief loss three horses, one of them a thorough bred, racing animal valued at S-JOO The animals were the property of B W. Brown, a large rancher c.nd ircrsp dealer of this district. The thief made a clean-oat of the stable, only a bugey ?nd uroomincr- kit being left. In addition to th horses there is missing: three halters three saddles, three horse blankets and an imitation buffalo robe. FREE TUITION FOR CHINESE Toronto University Gover- nors Vetoed the Plan Toront0r Mardl 25._A uttln nutter r might not be orthodox in the matter Qf exciteaient was. -but beheld the opinion strongly that; sitv cirdes ovor tue proposal to -m univer. or: converted chinamen from service without due regard to abihtv hai four vears- free tuition in was not the best course to adopt. Toronto University. A Presbyterian Ability should be the supreme interested President Fal- fication lor promotion. Tomorrow's" coaer of University in the idea. session will be devoted to the Pass- which was aporoved Dy the education. ing of the remainder of the supple- (al the board of jrov- emors vetoed the plan. mentury. In the Senate Senator Power presented a resolution -dealing with_ the unsatisfactory conditions re- ,NSURANCE MANAGERS spectmg the-retirement of judges, ci-i OBJECT TO BILL vil servants and others in the service! r... of the Dominion. .J-. Ottawa- 2o.-Discussmg the He wants a oension svsteui estah- msarance- the banking and a pension s> stem estan committee this hshed-similar to that in j. MacubiialuY or -tne rncKlentallv the question, of a judcre Life Managers' Association said the retiring on his allowance and then bill-was frajned in the interests of entering politics was discussed and policy holders .to the detriment condemned as an abuse. The Senato oi the interests of the shareholders. also passed a number of bills. This xhe bill provides for the appointment evening the Senate Railway eight "directors to represent the sion adopted an amendment by .Sen-'policy holders who are not share- ator Davis to the Lancaster Bailwav holders. There was nothing Macdonalrl bill providing for the protection of said, to justify such a drastic bill, crossings.. .The effect -is to put and he described the legislation _as machinery of the Railway Commis- obnoxious and socialistic.. It sion in motion immediately, thus uated that the shareholders had been throwing upon that body the oaus of occupying the position of robbers, seeimr the protection is -given. j WILL HANG JUNE 10 WILL START WORK AT ONCE The Southern Alberta Land Co. Will Work From Here A. M. Grace, chief engineer of the Southern Alberta- and Co., in the city on business of. importance. He was seen by a reporter of the Herald today and the following information was secured. The charter has been granted for an electric railway from Calgary to Medicine Hat with a branch south irom Lake AlcGregvr to Lethbridge. 'ake McGregor has a of acre feet (or mother words t would cover acres one foot deep.) The largest reservoir in the vorld is in India which impounds acre, feet; the second largest eservoir in the world .being the As-_ ouam reservoir on the Nile with a j apacity of 900..000 acre feet. Within orty miles-of Lethbridge we have, eservoir more than a third as large either one of the two greatest res rvoirs in the world. This Lake. McGregor is only four niles from the Little Bow valley vith a fall of about 250 feet which hows a chance for the development f a great waterpower. .The Southern Alberta Land Co. pur- ose bringing water from the Bow liver by a canal across the Blackfool ndian Reserve to the north end oJ McGregor. This transportation hannel has a capacity of cu- ic yards per second and will fill the ake" in 180 days. The water will be dken from the-McGregor reservoir irough a large canal fifty miles to ie west line of the company's land t a point about twenty miles ...oortli P. E. I. CUT OFF in to Pro- .Charlottetown, P. E. I., March 25 The prorogation of the Prince Ed. ward Island Legislature is expected by the end of this week. A resolu- tion came before the house today ask- ing the Legislature to memorialize the Dominion government tc prohib- it the importation of liquor into the province. The bye-election in ths first district of Queens for the seat of the late Matthew Smith will be held on July 7th. The Liberals have nom- inated Cyrus Crosby of Bonshaw and the Conservatives John Myers. The seat be hotly contested. the Liberals win the parties will stand 17 to 13. No mail has been received from the main land since Monday. Both steamers are tied up in the ice. POLICY ON THE IMPERIAL NAVY Laurier Will Make the Announcement Monday While Officers Make Efforts to Agreement PUBLISHERS IN SESSION Will Ask for Amendment ts Bill Libel March 26--Two hundred newspaper and other publishers fro.ro points as far as the Eastern Town- ships and as far west as Port Arthur, gathered at the opening of the fifty- first annual convention of the Can- adian Press Association. .It was de- cided that a deputation will wait up- on Atty. Gsii. Foy for the purpose of urging Government action in amend- ing the. libel law. I North March j Ryan was sentenced this morning to T be hanged on the tenth of June next ...The meadow larks have arrived. CITY AND DISTRICT. They were seen near the -fiver. A bunch of cows are in the citv pound waiting to be claimed by owners. F. J. Silver of tl'c I Jicnj Works left last night i >r Ilia Murray, Utah, where li-j' >vjll n.tidfi! permanently. A number of at the-police court but'x ilii.s loovn.'iig and yesterday morning a u cc r 1 rib- uted various amo.iii-s Iho city's coffers. X. B. Adler of Stirling has bought, the Brown about six miles north east oi Stirling and J. E- Brown has bought another farm for the murder of his brother Francis Joseph Ryan, on or about "November 118. 1907. Retail Clerks' Entertainment but thirty-two miles east ling. of Stir- Was Highly Successful Throughout Affair The local retail clerks union held a dance and entertainment consistuur of songs, recitations and card-play- at the TC. of P. flail last night. B. H. Owen, vice-president of the.-phe 'iffair was highly successful .in Kerr Co. came in from Min- every particular and about thirty-fivrs neapolis last night. He will be in -I couples enjoyed themselves from nine the city for a lew days on business.J tin one o'clock. Chas.TMcClenaghan is erecting a res idence on the corner II Courtland Sts. Mr. I Boyd ttoode Co, :ias ,-.-i-ic. -in'ft Bennett and Gaskell, two local fa- vorites, oix violin and piano, furnish- iyd-'of thftled their usual and excellent music. purcL; midnight refreshments were serv- the opposite corner, whi-ru Jtill-'-pd-'in pleasing variety and sufficient, erect, a residence, abundance. It pays to advertise in the.Herald.j H. Nicholson, as one of the guests A resident advertised his lost horses' of the evening, was asked to take ji Wednesday's paper and today chair and after extending a cordial lorses came, down from twenty miles' welcome to the guests on behalf of north of the fiity. T. Oberharner from Drake, Dakota, arrived yesterday. He j the "clerks' union, ho colled upon Mr. Sydal to open the programme with a which was well received a gasoline plowing outfit and intends in the evening Mr. J. C. Trabum working on the Cameron Ranch. HP-- a comic rer.itatioii which took well may bring m a couple of outfits be-; wi.th his listeners. 'Mr. Waddell, who sides this season. Indications aro' deserves considerable credit in orjran- that at least a third of the Cameron izing the clerks, gave a short talk Ranch .will be under crop this, year. oh unionism, which was attentivelv A big prairie fire raged north of listened to. the city on Wednesday and burned. The evening's entertainment was a over township 12, range 22. and, success in several instances. It, threatened the settlements in the brought together those already mem- townships .adjoining on the east. Yes bers of the clerks' union end bouml terday's slicht snow flurry extinguish, them in firmer ties of friendship, and ed the. firci .Travellers, should now non-unipn clerks who were present 50 careful about dropping matches or wore convinced in no small degree f Taber. From -there the canal will rrigate the company's 'lands easterly or a distance of ninety miles to a oint near Medicine Hat. It is probable that a bridge sirii'c- ure will be built across the Bow Ri- ver near its junction with the Belly iver. This, bridge will bi construct. d so as to c3rry the electric railway traffic bridge and also the steel of 8 1-2 feet diameter and capacity of 600 cubic feet per'sec- nd. The company's second reservoir on he Medicine Hat tract has a capac- ,y of acre ieet, which will an abun- dance of -water. The conipany will let the contract at ooice for the first division from the Bow River io Lake" McGregor, in- cluding dams across the Bow and tha intake structure. The contracts to be awarded the next few days, total over a million dollars. survey parties will leave. Leth- bridge in a few days as soon as the outfitting is completed. When the work is lined up it will be divided iu to three parties, one in charge oi F, A. Wallace, one with J. G. Mclntosk aud one with Putnam.. To give some conception of the en- ormity of this enterprise, there is a mile and a half in the first division of the canal which will cost 000.00. Cleveland People Get After the Kid- nappers Cleveland, Ohio, March hoots and jeers-ringing in their ears, James H. Boyle and his wife, arrest- ed here as the kidnappers, of little Willie Whitla of Sharon, Pa., were escorted by the police. to an Erie train just before it left at 5.25 ;to_ nierht fovMoyer, Pa. Ohio, March Cleveland Leader this morning says: The woman known to the police as Mrs. Jarnes Boyle and believed to be, the brains behind the kidnapping of Willie Whitla was ide.ntifed yester- day by a Cleveland vessel- owner as Anna rMcDerrnott; She" was born in Chicago.. Her'father'is-.a well known Business man there -and ajie has a brother who- is a banker. Three years ago she disappeared from home.. Since then her family have been ig- norant of here whereabouts. POET IS MISSING Went for Not Been Since London, March is felt regarding John Davidson, the poet who made a sudden reputation by-his __r _ .........___ Fleet Street Ecklogues" and who to accept the result IL S? CARRIERS WILL COT RATES Rite War OB Wheal Rates On the Great Lakes i- thr- Port Arthur, March ves- sel interests arc concerned hi the pros pects of a, rate .war. in the carryinsr _pl grain between Port Arthur, Fort William and the seaboard. It looks as if there would be a drop of from fifteen to twenty-five per cent in the, grainrates from Port Arthar to Mon- treal at the opening of navigation, due-to the cutting'of rates by Unit- ed States carriers in an effort to keep the trade in United States'chan nels from which it has lately been, slipping very fast. LIKE HUGE BJRD Graham Bell's Flying Machine Tried Halifax. N. S., March London, March movement low the lead of New Zealand faring to build battleships of Dreadnaught type for the Motherland has been welcomed with The Australian people are urging rfce Commonwealth Government to ro. consider its decision not to offer a Dreadaaught to England, and in the -meanwhile they are starting public subscriptions for the constructiDn of battleships. ConsideiaJDle doubt is expressed here, however, as to ther the ardor oi both Canada and Australia- will not- bo dampened by Premier Asquith's reply to New Zea- land saying that immediate positbn is "amply assured" and postponing until next year the acceptance of the ship which New Zealand apparently wanted to have laid down immediate- ly- Ottawa, March a mj'u- ber of the more ardent imperialists among the members of the Commons would like to see Canada follow the example of New Zealand, and offer one or more Dreadnaughts to the Mo- therland, the majority of the mem- bers seem inclined to take the view that what Canada should do is to take steps to provide for adequate defense of her own coastline and ter- ritorial waters. It is said that when the debate on the Foster resolution comes up on Monday there will not be any marked diversity of opinion expressed. The latter is to be dis- cussed at a meeting of the cabinet tomorrow and after Foster has spok- en on. Monday the Premier will prob- ably announce the general policy of the government. It. is likely that after Saturday's' Council meeting Earl Grey will draft a'message to the imperial authorities expressing jthe entire readiness of the Canadian" brovernment and people to give any needed support to the navy. There is no diversity among the mem- bers of the cabinet as to Canada's responsibility, and'this'will be made clear ia any despatch which may be sent. That the gift will not take the form of a battleship, is almost certain but that it may take the form of-, a- cash gift pending the inauguration of a definite line of policy for de- Scranton, Pa., March reaffirmed the position they took last October when .they formulated certain which have been rejected by the mine operators and having decided to remain at work while the district officers of the un- ion make another effort to reach an agreement with the employers. The delegates to the- Tri-District conven- tion of the United Mine Workers re- turned to their homes today. The whole matter of negotiating an agree, ment with the operators is now in the hands of the three executive boards, of which the anthracite re- gion and it is probable a conference with the coal road presidents will be requested for next week. HAD STORMY TRIP SENSATIONAL SUICIDE IN CAPITAL Leader In Washington Society Tired Of Life C. P. R. Steamer Brought Cargo o Silk Vfctoria, B. C., March a stormy trip during which one of her life boats was broken by a heavy sea which splintered it in .the davits the steamer Monteagle, Captain David son, of the C. P. R. reached port to night from 'Hong Kong, with 51-sail crs and 84 steerage passengers, Rus sians and Chinese and a cargo o 2.500 tons including bales of silk valued at half a million dol- lars. CANADA BUILD HER OWN NAVY Policy Advocated By Judge Barron In Ont- ano Hamilton, March Bar- ron of Stratford delivered an address the Canadian Club here last, on the subject of the Cana- dian contribution to the Imperial na.- vy.. He did not advocate an annual, grant towards the maintenance of the British navy, but thought Gana.- da should have a small navy of her own matuied by Canadians. These warsiiips would suffice to protect Ca.- nediari commerce. BOW ISALND GAS rr- solved that Canada should contribut'; a first class battle ship.to the Jiri'ish' navy. SEIGEL COOPER CO. IN WINNIPEG March -25 represen- tative of Seigel-Cpoper Co., of Chi- cajro, is in the city and it is said 1 will purchase a site on which to I erect a mammoth department store. WOMAN BEAT INSURANCE CO. Marr-.h a trial of four days the jury today returned a verdict in favor of "Maude Gray of Ottawa against the Crown Life Inaur- ance. Company for on her Bordeaux, March. I am a, j Gray was found lying in criminal, why havon't my accusers Corona Hotel, Montreal, July the courage to allow me to return to last The jury found death had Venezuela and defend not been due to taking chloroform ed Castro this forenoon when an asr- i or other narocotic with .a view eht of the French steamship companr to suicide. officiallv informed him that he must leave the steamer Gaudeloupe ou WEATHER STOPPED WESTON FOR A WHILE Batavia. N. Y-, March which he vessel former The was sails today before] reo.ches Venezuela. furious Venezuelan president, I Payson Weston encountered a south the action 1 wind, west of Rochester today and to slot) at Bergen. _ _ _ at Iriven. to tl where he m a. i at, st Juan Vicente president of j fine but timl Olfi the Republic. _ the }ieavy blowing. 'All'I ask is the declared. has been missing from his home since Tuesday. He left, the house that evening for a stroll and has not been seen since by the family. right to a fair j "I am prepared i refusal of'! cigar butts. to, the benefits of unity of feJlow- Th-.-re wtis a good sized row at Mav workers. A.n entertainment of-this Howard's resort near the strengthens and enliRhteng Hospital this morning when three fel-j the mind in Cn.vpr of unionism .and ows to smash everybodv it is a competent and effective mode and everythinjr around the place. The of increasing its prestige, police managed to secure two of; The clerks deserve much praise for them but the made his sneak! their bright and phasing1 entertafn- successfully. I ment and It is hoped by all who nt- The Bev: T. M. Murray was badlv tended that another of a like nature ruised'up by having his .horse fall will soon follow. under him Sunday last while riding: through the slide. The auima.1 slin-' POLICE CbNFIDENT pcd on the ice and Mr. Murray WAS thrown on the rocks. was so se- Of Solving Kinrnde at In- erely cut in the head as to reauire tho nttention of Dr. Mnlcolmson orA Hamilton. March complete. GIRL SUICIDED St. Thomas, nt., March 25.--.Mi-i- nie. aged thirty, daughter of Daiii'! Patterson, a farmer near committed suinde today by tfiking carbolic acid. The reason is un- known." Dutch Are After Castro Wilmstedt, March com- manding officers of the Dutch fleet in these waters has secured detailed in- formation regarding the size and speed of the steamer Gaudeloupc up- on which Castro sailed from Bor- was much bruised about the limbs, plan of the Kinrade house is j deaux. This has given rise to thft Flo was eftmc however and performed prepared showing the layout from col repetition of the rumors that Hol- n marriage ceremony in the after- Inr to garret. This will be used at. land will take some forcible action icon and preached his regular ser- the next session of the inquest April against Castro at Trinidad or in the evening, exchanging with. 22nd. Thft police .say they arc now where in case it becomes apparent, -he Boy. Taylor Prank Paper. at Knox confident of solving the mysterv of, that he intends to attempt to A BAD BOY AT EDMONTON e u, ve overwhelming proof that, -Def.p AUey was sent to no case against me but. yesterday where Gomez to permit nie to enter Vene- j zuela is they realize that ii I set loot on venezue- -g pending -an enquiry Ian soil their game is up." j bv jj B. eChadwick into where his Castro's protestations' wore all in pjjopie ai-c The Assyrian and an- Thompson, aged thir- on Tues- words here leave no -doubt of his in- j day 'afternoon 'when a dispute arose, tention to try to organize a revolu- tion to overthrow his enemies and re- establish himself at Caracas. vain and ho had to accept tickets to other boy Thompson, IJort of Spain. Trinidad, onlv. His j t.eerij Were playing marbles TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Chief of Police Wright of 'Tngcrsoll. Ont., died yesterday. Lord will visit British Columbia In -Tune to inspect his tim- ber and coal lands on the island. The recent earthquake made the, harbor at Vera Crux so shallow that twenty-four foot vessels touch -the bottom. Four children of Mrs. Harry Ever- ett, Iron Hiir. CJuc., were burned to death yesterday.., President T. As" a result- of the quarrel Thompson was1 stabbed in the back and on the hnnd with a penknife. Alley was taken to the police station where, he was held under surveillance until re- moved to Fort Saskatchewan. Black Hand At, Ottawa Ottawa. March SS.faXhe Black Hands are on the job in Ottawa. -V The gas well :'-Bow -Island was tested last week. The Medicine Hat City Council and W. K. Martin, the man who drilled the well, carefully tested it and found fhat.it yielded cubic feet per 24 is equivalent 'to 45..000 horse power. FIRE CHIEF ASKED TO RESIGN Victoria, March a result, of complaints .made by the. underwrit- ers regarding the the fire de- partment in connection with- the re- cent fire at- the Pemberton Block and' the Pacific Club, which, wiped'out a; block worth f Fire Chief' Thomas Watson was asked to resign at a.meeting- of the fire-wardens held last night. March of the gay of society and face to face as .she was with physical suffer- ing, Mrs. Pierre Loriiliard Jr., aged wife of tile tobacco magnate, committed suicide by asphyxiation at. her borne near, the fashionable Du-.._ pont Circle in this city today. Her tragic death has shocked the first social circles oi the capital as noth- ing else in years. Tonight the mem- bers oi1 the Loriiliard family, famous because of its wealth, are gathering here to mourn the In spite of the coronerV certificate of death by suicide, members of the fa- mily declare she died of heart fail- ure. Her death was xna.de rpore draT. matic by occurring only a few hours after Mr. and ]Mrs. JjOrilliord had been guests of 3IrsV Towasehd on Massachusetts Ave., at a'dinner oar-- ty given in honor of Lady Paget. In fact it is believed that as soon as JMrs.Lorilliard arrived at "her home at 220 Hellier Place, :shortly after midnight this she began to prepare for death. At about S'.S'U this morning- the butler io the illiard residence: detected an odor- of gas permeating the halls. With. littln the origin of the fumes was traced to Mrs. apart- ments. Opening the door of the bathroom the tVitler was horrified to behold the body of the mistress .of the house stretched out lifeless on the floor. Her face was turned to the mat on. the rioor. The alarm ;iven ..by the butler; brought Mr. jorilliard from across the hall. To- ucher carried the limp bbdv to airs. Lorilliard's room. Panic stricken, the servant was despatched or a doctor, while Mr. Loriiliard'..at-' :empted tc revive by artin aal respiration. The family phvsi-. cian was summoned and arrived an-r out the same time that Dr. H. admitted to the residence.; Both resorted to every scientific method within their power to restore life. but after an-hour's effort gave up in despair. Shortly afterwards the coroner was notified. He visited the home and after an investigation ordered an au- topsy, upon completion of-which; he ssued a certiticate of death by" eras poisoning andspiclde. '-v Mrs. Lorilliarcl left a note which (if-..coroner has seen but which Mr. lOrilliard has declined, him .permis- ion to be made public. It isV said o be pei-sonal in its nature. understood it contains no' "declaration n the port of Mrs.- ake her life, i Bridge Two Thirds Done Work Progressing Rapidly Fine Weather During The now bridge will be completed up "to bent 44 tonight. The good this month has allowed the work to proceed faster than hereto- fore. Tho.y have bceij putting up a little over" 167 feet a week, and that at about 200 feet high. There is only one more drop till the highest point will be reached. This bent Completes section B., so. the bridge, is now about two-thirds completed. FOUND GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Windsor, March Thompson, .colored, aged sixteen, who killed his father was guiltyof manslaughter and vears. OFFICER DISMISSED FOR INSUBORDINATION Washington, C., March Major Francis P.; Fremont, fifth-TJ. S. Infantry, be dismissed as a result of his conviction by court marr tial .in Cuba on the charge in-'. subordination, President- Taft.haying approved the- sentence -of the court today.. Major Fremont is a son', of "Pathfinder" and ia. now stationed; at Plattsburg Barracks, !New York. RENOUNCES HIS SUCCESSION Prince George of Servia Gives Up His: Right Belgrade, March soon Crown Prince ..George, informs 1-js father, King it is his-h'-' revocable wish to renounce his rigbi> of succession to the Servian throm-., the King will assent and ask Parm- ment to sanction the proclamation, declaring his second son. Alexander heir to the-throne. STRIKE AND BOYCOTT CARDSTON NOTES The are at the Gaboon. ARE CALLED OFF Manilla, March strike and boycott against the Manilla ways and" one of the commercial houses of this city have been called off. Both strikes Have failed from their intention but the the boycott against the railway system-has-been partially The union in con- itrol of the strike has announced .plans. !'t-o organize along lines .which will j lead to greater sympathy between' la- bor and capital. G Galcv. H. Dobson, D. R. Co- A. Stockton and J. H. y HIGHWAYMEN Walker, Calgaiy; H. Honfield, Moose March Jaw; R. Long, anco.m cr .1 J. fa. hwavm -bar- 1 Conway, Regina hwavmen held up llie occupants a pullman car in the Denver and rar, Toronto; R. F. R.Q Grande Ry, yards, at- Wes, Den- peg; W. A. Dearth. Decatur; Dr. Ac- 1 thig morning and after se- new. Clinton. Ont.. Roy Scarlc-. of Magralb was in town today on business. Thomas Duce and daughter Lilv.j curing a'bout, escaped. TARANTULA CAUSED departed for Utah yesterday Thevj SOME EXCITEMENT y B. C.7 -March 25.-A live will stay for a .month m the south, tarantulaj the size of the palm of country. tjie was the cause of a lot of Thomas Woolford and Edward at Oscar Brown A Co.J8 Wootl are at Taber lookinir up warehouse this morn- mining interests there. j jng. xhe whole staff took a few min- ...TMrs. Bcvans awl daughter, of oif until the big spider- was Waterton District returned up in a barrel and later their home today after a brief transferred to a glass jar. Mr. C. to Magrath. j Butterfield, who first discovered it Mr. Lanignn. of Lethhridsc came jj his hand, but when he re- Ciirdston to look aftor interests con- alizcd what it he could nectcd with his company. Tho new mills are making, flour. This is a fine industry for Cardston, couple of flays ago Chief Delaromto aTW] Onc which the people apprcciato 1 Lewis of U..M. W. the murder of Ethel bark on Venezuelan territory. of A, has asked the workers to relo.- bratc the anniversary of the cieht, hour day an April 1. A forty-six miles an hour struck Albany. N.Y., yesterday. received a letter tolling him that un- less in biils was deposited in :i. certain place on a. certain date bo would fall victim to the Black Hand On the next day a well known citi- zen came into the police station with a similar loiter, which had been re- ceived by the mail, demand- it drop quick enough. The spider arrived in a car of. bananas: Central America where trans: shipped at New Orleans'and came through in nine days. ing much larger swn. as all i.he flour for the past four months has been shipped from >Ta- jrrith. Frank May will have charce The charge of insanity against of the mill. K. Tionion will assist, woman was withdrawn today in the Mr. May. police court. She had been under Mrs. Low is sinking vcrv observation during the last oiffht days and the medical roen concluded that there were no grounds for con- sidering her insane. Low is sinking vcrv fast nnd unless a change for the bet- ter comes soon the doctor of hor recovery. ;